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Re: Deere 212 possibly weak fuel pump?

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I think I will stop reporting on this until something more definite happens. This afternoon, it ran and mowed grass for a half hour, then started cutting out, still with a full tank. I stopped in middle of yard, removed right side of hood (because some poster said it would run too hot with all covers in place). I changed spark plug just because I could. So, about a half hour after it quit, I started it again, finished mowing yard. There may be something to the idea that it runs too hot with all covers installed. I will know more after a really hot day! That's all for today.

Dennis M. in W. Tenn.

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08-18-2019 15:33:05

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 Re: Deere 212 possibly weak fuel pump? in reply to DMartin9N-2N, 08-16-2019 19:07:29  
I should have thought of this earlier. If the fuel line pulls from the top of the tank like the 300 series (314,318 etc)the pick up inside of the tank is just a rubber line that cracks and breaks off. Anyway replace any fuel line on the mower. BTW,I had a Simplicity that would run across my yard twice and quit. There was a small cocoon in the tank,it would plug the line and wash out when it died,I put on a $60.00 fuel pump on it before I pulled the tank off. It was probably a good thing there was no insurance on it :)

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